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JNU, DU students hold protest march against ABVP

[India], Feb. 28 (ANI): Students from the Delhi University and Jawaharlal Nehru University on Tuesday staged a protest march against the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) in North Campus area over the Ramjas college scuffle. Meanwhile, security has ... Sify, 1 month ago

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NSUI holds love parade in protest against right-wing groups

The National Students' Union of India (NSUI) held a love parade in Delhi University on Tuesday in protest against the right-wing groups prohibiting Valentine's Day celebrations.
 Business Standard2 months ago Valentine's Day: NSUI holds love parade to protest against right-wing groups  One India2 months ago
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Delhi campuses turn battleground of 'nationalism'

Security has been heightened after Delhi University Students Union called for a 'Tiranga march' on Monday. The Tiranga march led by the ABVP aims to appeal to the idea of nationalism with hashtag #Mar Written by: Anusha Ravi Published: Monday, February 27, ...
 One India2 months ago

NCP pulls up Rajnath for 'propagating' Kashmiri students' safety issue

[India], Apr 22, (ANI): A day after Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh called for safety of the Kashmiri students, the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) said the former should not propagate the matter. "The way Rajnath Singh has given a suggestion to the state ...
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Don't back India on global forums: AASI to African Union

African students in India called upon the countries they hail from to withdraw support to New Delhi in all international forums to protest the recent attacks on Nigerians in Greater Noida. The Association of African Students in India (AASI) also supported the ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago Congress corners Jaitley over 'nationalism' remark  Sify1 month ago Nationalism is a bad word only in India, says Jaitley  Sify1 month ago Post violence, protests rock Capital  DNA2 months ago

I'm not anti-national, nobody is polluting my mind: Gurmehar Kaur responds to Rijiju

[India], Feb. 27 (ANI): Dismissing claims of being 'anti-national', Delhi University student Gurmehar Kaur defended her demand for a violence-free university campus, adding that she was not being influenced by anybody. "I am not anti-national. My mind is not ...
 Sify1 month ago Gurmehar Kaur triggers a political slugfest  DNA1 month ago Need to respect freedom of expression: Vidya on Gurmehar Kaur  Deccan Herald1 month ago Why the hounding of Gurmehar Kaur shouldn't deter youngsters from speaking their minds  DNA1 month ago

JNU ranking for students' good work, not Afzal Guru slogans, quips Javadekar

The Union Human Resource and Development Minister Prakash Javadekar on Monday said Delhi's Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) and Kolkata's Jadavpur University did not get rankings for Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru and anti-India slogans, but for the good work done by the students."JNU and Jadavpur University didn't get rankings for Afzal Guru and anti-India slogans but for good work done by students," Javadekar said.The HRD Minister released India Rankings 2017 of National ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago JNU got ranked, but not for Afzal Guru's slogans: Prakash Javadekar  catchnews.com3 weeks ago JNU row: Protests over pellet injuries replace Afzal Guru  DNA2 months ago JNU denies nod to lecture on patriotism  DNA2 months ago

ABVP's 'Tiranga march' portends a tense Tuesday

Members of the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP), led by Delhi University Students' Union (DUSU), held a 'Tiranga march' on Monday to protest against the Left-affiliated students for allegedly supporting "anti-national" activities on the varsity ...
 DNA1 month ago ABVP takes out rally in Delhi University, other varsities join in  DNA1 month ago ABVP holds 'Tiranga March' against 'anti-national activities' in DU  Rediff.com1 month ago Delhi police ignored intel alert on Ramjas clashes  DNA2 months ago

Kanhaiya Kumar sedition case: Investigation still on, no clean chit given to anyone, say Delhi Police

Amid reports of a clean chit to former JNU student union president Kanhaiya Kumar in connection with the sedition case, Delhi police on Wednesday clarified that the investigation was still on and no one was off the hook yet. Several media reports had earlier ...
 DNA1 month ago Three JNU students questioned in sedition case  DNA11 hours ago

ABVP endorses nationalism, NSUI demands peace in DU

A day after fierce clashes broke out between two student groups in Delhi University, on Thursday the ABVP raised nationalism slogans and vowed that it would not allow "anti-nationals" into the varsity, while the NSUI held a peace march and condemned the ...
 Prokerala2 months ago Ramjas forms probe panel on campus violence, asks witnesses to step forward  DNA1 month ago How the violence was unleashed at Delhi's Ramjas college  Rediff.com2 months ago Blood on DU's streets: when ABVP cadres went on a rampage at Ramjas College  catchnews.com2 months ago
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